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Dogs have sharp claws, sharp teeth, and have scary growls — they are absolutely terrifying creatures. Yeah, right.

Some dogs might look big and tough, but deep down? They’re huge babies who can be afraid of the smallest critter or thing that comes in their path. Don’t believe us? We have proof.

These are 30 dogs with a supposedly “tough” exterior — but, inside, their nothing but softies.

Hope these weren’t your security dogs…

1. It’s this big boy’s first time on an airplane. The eyes say it all.

 
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2. Because nothing is scarier than four fluffy, adorable kittens.

 
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3. In this dog’s defense, robots are scary. Even if they’re vacuums.

 
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4. Notice the little dog who seems to be oblivious to whatever is happening.

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5. Keep in mind that this dog is 85 pounds, and the kitten is 1.5 pounds.

 
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6. You guys, there was a mouse.

 
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7. Again…another mouse.

 
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8. This dog is clearly not a fan of the vet’s office.

 
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9. They were afraid the new cat would be afraid of the dog. Turns out, it couldn’t be more opposite.

 
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10. “The lawnmower is scary, so I’ll just be over here.”

 
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11. We have a feeling road trips aren’t this guy’s favorite thing in the world.

 
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12. Let’s just keep the vacuum away from dogs, okay?

 
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13. It’s her birthday. She’s not happy about it.

 
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14. The sweet boy didn’t want to talk down the mountain. It looks like a sneaky ploy to us.

 
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15. Vacuums = dogs’ number one enemy.

 
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16. Bridges are scary, it doesn’t matter what anyone says.

 
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17. Any guesses? Yep, the vacuum.

 
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18. Also, kittens. Kittens are terrifying. Even for a giant Saint Bernard.

 
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19. Other dogs were in the store so…I panicked.

 
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20. “He was sleeping, when a car backfiring scared him, and he accidently ran into the pool.”

 
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21. This little puppy is scared of the dark hallway. She waits patiently if her owners go to the bathroom.

 
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22. The cuddle spot has been taken.

 
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23. This old dog is not a fan of the new addition.

 
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24. Pretty much a dog’s worst nightmare.

 
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25. It took this dog’s owners 20 minutes to find him after a thunderstorm.

 
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26. Chopping wood? Also terrifying.

 
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27. “When you don’t have a doggy gate at work but your dog is 100% afraid of electronics.”

 
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28. Many people share this same fear of birds.

 
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29. This 200-pound pup heard a chainsaw outside. Their owner had to comfort her.

 
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30. A car wash is far too traumatizing for this dog.

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Last week, the Internet got conquered by a photo of an orange kitten with curly hair. The picture was shared with the following caption: “I’ve never seen a cat with curls until now.” Well, neither have most of us, but this is no trick – the curly hair on the kitty is the real deal, and here’s why.


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The breed of the cat who became Insta-famous last week is most likely the Selkirk rex – and its origins can be traced to one peculiar rescue cat named Miss DePesto.

Miss DePesto was born in a Montana shelter in 1987. She had four siblings, each of which have straight coats, but the kitty stood out due to her unusually curly hair. She was adopted by Jeri Newman, a local Persian breeder.

She bred the cat with with a black Persian and they produced a litter of six babies, all of them with curly hair. Newman realized the curly hair was a dominant genetic trait – and this is how the Selkirk rex was born.

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Last week, the pictures of this orange kitten with curly hair went viral

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People started sharing photos of cats with curly hair, usually known as Selkirk Rex

Its origins can be traced to one peculiar rescue cat named Miss DePesto

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The curly kitty, who was born in a Montana shelter in 1987, had 4 siblings with straight hair

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She was adopted by a breeder who realized her curly fur was a dominant genetic feature

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The woman bred it with a black Persian and they produced a litter of six babies, all of them with curly hair

This is how Selkirk Rex was born – the breed named after a woman’s stepfather

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She added ‘Rex’ to indicate that the adorable coat was curly, a feature that so many cat lovers fell in love with

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Dakota Pipeline Dogs

Leftists, in recent months, were drawn to North Dakota to be trendy voice their opposition to the Dakota Pipeline. But, as leftists are known to do, the protesting eventually devolved into Burning Man. Even their Native American allies had enough of their malarkey and asked them politely to leave. When it came time to go, said leftists tore out faster than a deadbeat dad on child support day. Leaving their garbage strewn all about the place. Because climate crisis, yo.

But remember, these DAPL protesters CARE about the planet. They care more than you, which is why they left non-existant jobs to protest the pipeline. Taking their unwanted pets with them. Then unceremoniously dumping them. Thank goodness some decent humans ARE saving these puppies.

This level of hypocrisy is all too common for progressives. Leftists will squeal with their shrill, hyena-like voices about protecting the environment, only to completely trash the land they’re trying to save. They’ll also burst your eardrums with platitudes about compassion and decency. But, I guess neither extend to the canines. True to their stereotypes, leftists are douchey, self-contradicting cat people.

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Man’s best friend is truly man’s best friend, according to new research that shows humans really do love dogs more than other people. 

It seems humans are more moved by the suffering of dogs than people, after a study found battered dogs elicited more empathy from the populace than abused humans.

Scientists say this may be because animals are more helpless than humans and less able to defend themselves.

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In scientific evidence that people love to love the underdog, scientists described a report about an attack ‘with a baseball bat by an unknown assailant’ and each time the victim changed.

Professor Jack Levin and Professor Arnold Arluke, from Northeastern University in Boston examined the opinions of 240 people who received one of four fictional news articles.

The victim changed in each article, which read:

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One case concerned the beating of a one-year-old child and the second documented the abuse of an adult in his thirties. The other two were about a puppy and a six-year-old dog.

The difference in empathy between child and puppy was ‘statistically non-significant’, but the dog garnered more feeling than the adult, researchers found.

The researchers wrote:

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Professor Levin told the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association:

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The research was supported by a UK medical research charity which staged two phoney donation campaigns – one for a dog and the other featuring a man. Of course, the pooch drew more contributions.

The campaign for Harrison asked:

To be fair, when loyal dogs do stuff like this for their owners, you can kind of see why humans appreciate the pure and attentive attention of puppers to people.

Take a look at this good boy, who collected the paper every morning for his owner:

Brent Cooper, 55, from Coatesville in Auckland, New Zealand, shared an adorable video of his late Golden Retriever, Kuva, on one of his daily jaunts to get the morning paper, alongside a heart-warming story of loyalty.

how Kuva collected the newspaper every single day until he passed away aged 15, adding, ‘He was an incredibly loyal dog, especially to our daughter Shelby. He would follow her absolutely everywhere. He was the kindest most lovely dog ever.’

It’s a dog’s life.

The day after the shooting, therapy dogs flew to Las Vegas from around the country. LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs, which is associated with Lutheran Church Charities, shared a map on social media showing which states the dogs, all of which are golden retrievers, came from.

According to ABC News, the organization was started in 2008 and has more than 130 dogs in 23 states. These pups have responded to such events as the Sandy Hook shooting in 2012, the Orlando nightclub shooting in 2016, and more recently Hurricane Harvey. The services are provided free of charge, and the organization accepts donations for travel expenses.

The dogs have been visiting survivors in local hospitals, including Sunrise Hospital, where two dogs, named Lois and Mahla, paid a visit to Michael Caster, who was shot and has not regained feeling in his legs. “It just helps the healing process, really,” Caster told of his time with the dogs. “Dogs are just so loyal.”

He added to Buzzfeed, “You kind of look to the dog for some clarity. Your mind’s totally on what you need to do going forward and the tragic nature of this event. And they bring the dog there and they’re so innocent.”

The dogs have also attended candlelight vigils, visited schools and first responders, and stayed with families waiting to hear news of their loved ones at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Tim Hetzner, president and CEO of Lutheran Church Charities, told ABC News that the dogs would also meet with 911 dispatchers and hotel staff at the Cosmopolitan. 

“Dogs have an incredible sense of when somebody is hurting. They’ll just come and lay themselves into somebody’s lap,” Hertzner said, adding that they are “unconditional, confidential and safe.”

CNN anchor Anderson Cooper (above) also got to spend time with the dogs when he ran into them outside a Las Vegas hospital. He shared on Instagram that he first met the pups from this organization in Newtown, Conn., after the Sandy Hook shooting. 

“People relax, their heart rate goes down,” Hetzner told Buzzfeed of the benefit therapy dogs can have in dealing with trauma. “Through that process they start talking about what’s happened, and talking about what’s happened is a critical part of healing.”

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If you still haven’t booked your summer holiday this year, then I have good news, because I’ve found the best holiday destination in the world.

Hold on to your hats, because Potcake Place is a dog rescue centre situated in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. In short, loads of good boys and girls, on a tropical island.

On the charity’s page it says ‘pop in, meet some puppies and learn more about what we do’. Well, Potcake Place, you don’t need to tell me twice.

The shelter is run by volunteers (lucky buggers) and has around 50-70 dogs that visitors can play with or adopt. The charity manages to successfully adopt about 500 dogs each year.

A Potcake is a mix of Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd and English Fox Terriers. And they’re cute as fuck.

Look at this little chap:

If you’re keen on getting your greasy paws on one of these very good boys , then you need to be over 25 and aware of the massive commitment owning a dog is. You can apply on its website.

Or if, like me, you know you’re not responsible enough for a pup you can just go and hang out with them on a beach.

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Prince Harry’s soon-to-be wife is a noted dog lover, often posting photos of her two pups on Instagram.

Meghan is a specific champion of rescuing dogs, often writing the reminder “#adoptdontshop” alongside her pets’ photos.

In December 2012, Meghan adopted her first dog, a Labrador-shepherd mix named Bogart.

At the time, Meghan explained that it was actually Ellen DeGeneres who had convinced her to adopt the dog. Meghan told Best Health in 2016 that she’d been in a shelter looking at dogs and trying to decide on one to rescue when Ellen and her wife, Portia de Rossi, came in and immediately instructed her to rescue Bogart, her “first dog ever.”

“You were right @TheEllenShow! You told me to adopt this sweet pup yesterday, and I’m so happy I did. Thanks a million!” the former Suits star wrote alongside one of the very first photos of herself with Bogart.

Ellen herself confirmed that this story was true while she was discussing Meghan’s engagement to Prince Harry on the November 28, 2017, episode of — though she doesn’t quite remember doing so.

“Meghan, if you’re watching, I have something else to tell you. Invite me to that wedding,” the host joked. “I want to go.”

Meghan added to her family again in March 2015, when she adopted Bogart’s brother, Guy, a rescue beagle from a high-kill shelter in Kentucky.

Based on Meghan’s posts, the two pups are apparently quite close, having spent a lot of time together and with their other dog friends while Meghan was out of town traveling or spending long days on the Toronto set of Suits.

Sadly, the two are now separated.

Meghan addressed what would happen to her two dogs during her first interview with Prince Harry after their engagement was announced. After Harry joked about the Queen’s famous corgis taking to Meghan right away and lying on her feet during tea, the interviewer brought up Meghan’s own dogs and asked whether they’d be brought to the UK.

“Well, I have two dogs that I’ve had for quite a long time, both my rescue pups. And one is now staying with very close friends, and my other little guy is — yes, he’s in the UK. He’s been here for a while,” Meghan explained. “I think he’s doing just fine.”

Speaking to press on November 28, 2017, palace officials confirmed that Meghan will go through the process of becoming a British citizen and will be baptized and confirmed into the Church of England. They also revealed that the dog who had come to the UK was Guy, and the one who remained behind in North America was Bogart.

Daily Mail reports that Kensington Palace confirmed Guy has come to the UK and now has legal permission to stay.

Jason Knauf, Prince Harry’s communication secretary, explained: “Bogart is now living with friends.”

The royal representative didn’t give a reason why Bogart was permanently rehomed with Meghan’s friends instead of making the move out to the UK with Guy and declined to speculate about the possible reason.

“I can’t speculate. Miss Markle is very fond of her dogs and any decision about moving a dog over the ocean will have lots of complexity to it,” the spokesman said.

Fans have speculated that it might be due to Bogart’s age. But at around 5 years old, he isn’t a senior dog.

That said, it’s entirely possible that Bogart has a health condition that would prevent him from safely making the long flight and grueling move. Unfortunately, people on social media aren’t considering this and have begun attacking Meghan for her decision.

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“I think its disgusting leaving one of your dogs in Canada, especially towards the end of his life,” one Instagram user wrote.

“I hope your dogs get a better owner than you. Can’t believe you abandoned one you adopted,” another said.

“I’m very upset & disappointed that both Bogart & Guy are joining you in the UK! It seems so unfair to abandon Bogart,” someone else complained.

While it’s very sad that Meghan and her beloved dog will be separated, it seems unfair to attack her over the decision when the whole story isn’t known.

It’s also clear that Meghan made sure Bogart would be going to a good home — with people who know and love him.

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What if a human and a dog stood side-by-side and both needed help, but you could only choose one. It wouldn’t be an easy decision, would it? Some studies reveal when it comes to feeling empathy, many people pick pooches over other people. Does that surprise you?

Sociologists and anthropologists from Northeastern University and the University of Colorado pondered why, when reports of animals in need make headlines, the outrage and response level is sometimes higher than when tragedies impact humans.

The researchers asked 256 college students to read a fictitious news report, and reveal their levels of empathy for a brutally beaten adult or child versus an adult dog or puppy.

The results: The undergrads felt more empathy toward the dogs than the adult human. The study says, “We also found more empathy for victims who are human children, puppies, and fully-grown dogs than for victims who are adult humans. Age makes a difference for empathy toward human victims, but not for dog victims.”

The study also mentions a British charity which also conducted its own dog-versus-person empathy experiment. It ran a fundraising campaign featuring two versions of the same ad.

According to the research, “Both contained text that read, ‘Would you give £5 to save Harrison from a slow, painful death?’ One version featured a picture of the real Harrison Smith, an eight-year-old boy diagnosed with Duchenne (Muscular Dystrophy). The other featured a stock photo of a dog.

When the ads ran on MSN’s United Kingdom website with links to donate to the charity, the one depicting the dog attracted twice as many clicks as the one with the boy (230, compared to 111).”

Why would people pick pooches over people? The study pontificates: “It may be that many people appraise dogs as vulnerable, regardless of their age, when compared to adult humans. In other words, dogs, whether young or adult, are seen as possessing many of the same qualities associated with human babies; they are seen as unable to fully protect themselves, compared to adult humans.”

Psychotherapist Justin Lioi agrees. “We are more able to empathize with someone whom we deem to have little blame for their circumstances,” Lioi told I Love My Dog. “Dogs and babies are the definition of didn’t-ask-for-this and we are more likely to rush to support them.”

Dr. Kathrine McAleese, a sociologist and systemic psychotherapist, has clients who work extensively with dogs. She said she sees this phenomenon regularly. “People who fit this study’s outcomes will often view animals as innocents and humans as not having the same purity,” McAleese told I Love My Dog. “When I ask them why they will spend money on their dog’s health, fitness, nutrition, yet not on themselves, the overwhelming answer I get is ‘because my dog deserves it.’”

McAleese adds dog trainers have told her how they struggle to have patience or empathy for the owner, yet have endless patience for the dog. “Why? The dog can’t speak up for itself, so they are the dog’s advocate,” she said.

The study results didn’t surprise certified behaviorist and animal trainer, Russell Hartstein either.  He told I Love My Dog: “Dogs provide unconditional love and many times people form stronger bonds with their pet than with another human.”

Hartstein said many of his clients take such good care of their pets, that it’s similar to how some care for their children. “From going to school for behavior and training, health, nutrition, wellness, enrichment and play, people form very close intimate bonds with their best friends.”

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You’re watching a movie. A dog and his human companions run through a battlefield, dodging gunfire and explosions. Be honest: you’re more concerned that the dog will perish, not the people, right?

For plenty of people, selfless and unconditionally loyal dogs are a little easier to love than humans. A new study demonstrates that we do indeed have more empathy for them than other adults, and the authors attempt to explain why.

Writing in the journal Society & Animals, the team – from Northeastern University Boston and the University of Colorado Boulder – found that only children elicit more of an empathetic response under certain conditions than dogs, whether they’re puppies or fully grown.

The study gathered 256 undergraduate students together and then presented them with fake news reports of attacks on either a 1-year-old baby, a 30-year-old adult, a young puppy, or a 6-year-old dog. No matter who the victim was, they were subjected to the business end of a baseball bat, and left with various high-profile wounds.

The idea was that the more vulnerable a victim was, the more empathy the subjects would show. As it turned out, the levels of empathy reported for the baby, the puppy, and the dog were on par with one another; the adult victim was empathized with, but to a lesser degree.

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“In addition, female participants were significantly more empathic toward all victims than were their male counterparts,” the authors noted in their study.

The general idea as to why we feel this way towards dogs, according to the research, is that we see them as having the same degree of vulnerability as kids; in other words, they are unable to protect themselves. Other studies, those that conclude we see dogs as “fur babies”, indirectly support this.

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